The Jacques Lassier Prize is a prize of €2000, which is awarded for a written work or dissertation on any competition law subject (covering both anti-trust law and unfair competition law, including IP related matters). The work must have been produced or dissertation defended in the two years leading up to the date of the closure of the competition (30 June 2019).
The Prize is open to young individuals (i.e. those who are not more than 35 on 30 June 2019) who are individual members of the International League of Competition Law (LIDC) or residents of a country where there is an affiliated national group (such as the Competition Law Association in the UK).
You can find full details of the Prize rules on the Competition Law Association website.